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Submitted by triverse 875d ago | preview

Knights of Pen and Paper Preview by Gaming on Batteries

Triverse writes, "Dungeons and Dragons has been around since before gaming hit it big in the early 1980′s and ever since then, companies have been after that license and, with various levels of success, been able to bring a reasonable facsimile of the game to fans. The problem with the previous attempts at a D&D game is they were lacking in the essence of the license, they never got the feel down, that feeling of playing with friends and imagining the adventure. That is until now." (Android, iPad, iPhone, Knights of Pen & Paper)

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